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Old 07-01-2006, 08:12 AM
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Is it possible to set SD to enable a GoBack/Rollback (like Deep Freeze Mac)

I am currently using Super Duper with a firewire Ext HD. So far so sweet.

As a former Windows PC user, I was grateful to have the ability to "GoBack" or "rollback" and restore to an earlier time, prior to when I added some problematic new software or did something that screwed up the computer. A company called Faronics is selling a popular application called Deep Freeze Mac which enables rollbacks like Gateway GoBack on the PC. How could I set up Super Duper to mimic such software?

Secondly, if anyone knows a good link to a tutorial for partitioning a firewire hard disk, please let me know. Currently my hard disk has the sole purpose of storing my back ups, and I am wasting much of the free space on it with my current settings. I wish to keep the option open to be able to boot the restore process directly from the firewire hard drive if necessary, so my options are limited.
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